The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 26, 1961 · Page 11
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 11

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, January 26, 1961
Page 11
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omen World Section 11 42, NO. 133 Thundfly, January 26, 1961 11 'edding Attendants, Plans Announced By Three Couples Final plans for three weekend weddings have been announced by Baytown couples. Miss Lavada Dorothy B:ichmeyer and Charles Gordon Bnlkc will be married a! 10 30 a.m. Saturday in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. ?• M.,.... s r-.,.hodis( Church will bo the scone for double ring rites uniting Miss Diane Showers and Thomas Wilburt Hutton of La Porte at 2:30 p.m. Saturday. V-<; B;'••!)-.- a Ann Bettell of Houston will become the bride of Richard Glenn King at 8 p.m. Saturday in Heights Christian Church in Houston. Miss Sharon Martin will serve Miss Bachmeyer as maid of honor. Best man will be Arnold Korenek. Nuptial music will be furnished b\ Miss Anita Kana, organist, and Mrs. D. W. Alpha, vocalist. Miss Ardalid Bachmeyer, sister of the bride-elect, and Miss Loret- OUT OF TOWN VALENTINES Will Love Our Flowers f^EER FLOPPST 123 W. Gulf JU 2-8274 ta Balke, sister ot the future groom, will be bridesmaids. Named as groomsmen are Alvin and Roy Bachmeyer, brothers of the prospective bride. Junior groomsmen will be Richard A. Bachmeyer, brother of the bride-elect, and Glenn Balke, brother of the future groom. Carolyn Meek, cousin of the prospective bride, will be flower girl. Serving as alter boys will be Lewis J. Vicenik and Darrell Diestel, cousins of the future groom. Usher duties will be performed by Donald Ocker, Fred Selensky and Bernard Selensky. Knights of Columbus Hall will be scene for the reception after the ceremony. Houseparty members will include Miss Nancy Offer, Miss Laura Offer, Miss Hazel Page and Miss Dolores Mircovich. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Balke, par- jents of the future groom, will be hosts for the rehearsal dinner Friday night in their home, N. Coady Rd. They will be assisted by the Miss Bachmeyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Bachmeyer. Members of the wedding party will attend the buffet supper. SHOWERS-HtJTTON i Dr. Wayne McCleskey will 35" DINNERWARE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR 6 $000 i j Discount JeuetM 3 Quality Jewelers OPEN AN ACCOUNT IN MINUTES • AYTOWN'S LARGEST JEWELERS NO MONEY DOWN solemnize vows for Miss Showers and Hutton. Mrs. C. R. Martin will accompany Edwin Griffith, vocalist. Attending the bride as matron of honor will be Mrs. M. R. Burch. She will be escorted by Cesar A. Trevino. Bridesmaids for the occasion will be Mrs. W. D. Showers ot Austin and Miss Nancy Fennema. Thomas J. Heintschel and Leonard Neuerburg will be groomsmen. N;«med as ushers are William D. Showers, brother of the bride- elect from Austin, and John R. Hill. Serving in the houseparty at the reception after the ceremony will be Miss Eleanor Wilkie, Miss F en Geaslin Miss Jane Thorpe and Miss Barbara Dee McClendon of Channelview. BETTELL-KKS'G Miss Bettell's sister. Miss Linda Jean Bettell. will be maid of honor Bridesmaids will be Miss Barbara Jo McSoadden, Miss Nona M. Bennett, Miss Sue Harterove and Miss Sheila Scott, all of Houston. Miss Pamela Kay Betteli, sister of the bride-elect, will be junior bridesmaid. B. Dean King will be his son' best man. Terry Kine, brother of the future groom, and Bill Walsh, both of Bavtown, anf Jnmes Browder of Highlands and Charles No- vasod of Wallis will be groomsmen. Ushers for the event will be John Hill of Baytown; David Bete!!, brother of the prospective bride from Houston; Bobby Sims, cousin of the bride-elect from Houston; Victor Wratten. cousin c the future groom from Baytown; and Joe Pustejovsky of Wallis. Members ot the housepartv for the reception will be Miss Connie Sisco. cousin of Miss Bettell from Conroc, Miss Anne Ficgan from Dallas. Miss Joanne Sharman from Houston. Miss Barbara Jean Robertson from Houston, Mrs. c-,v, T"-. S from ReHon and Mrs. Terry Dean King from Shreveport. La. t-f Eg ROBERT E. LEE High School Choir members selected to sing in ths 92-voice All- Region Choir concert Saturday night in Channelview High School auditorium are left to right, Paula Bond, alto; Gayle Creekmore, soprano; and Nsla'a Day, soprano. Stand, left to right, are Don Pryor, tenor; Tommy Harrison, bass; and Robert Swint, tenor. Admission for the public will be 50 cents. These six students will rehearse Friday and Saturday with other regional choir members under direction of Dallas of Louisiana State University. TRIDERlTE that famous fit here for brand new walkers Good fit is especially important ttt beginners ... and second nature to Stride Rite! Important, too, are firm counters, broad heel seats, snug heel fit, flexible soles .. , all found in the First», You can trust Stride Rite quality ... and our broad heel seat and snug heel fit careful fitfcint 5* SM Our Other Baby Shorn Stride Kit* Feminine Scope By BOBBY SUTPHIN Woman's Editor Baby Birthday Picture Rules The Sim's policy on the printing of birthday pictures is thus: 1. Professional photographs in black and while tones must lx> In the office at least six days bofore the birthday. 2. Pictures are accepted for caoli birthday celebrant through six years of age.. 3. There is no charge for the. printinc of birthday pictures. •1. We cannot guarantee publication of the picture on the e-;:iet hirlli date, but it is published on that date when possible. 5. We do not guarantee return of the picture, although in most instances it is returned. Readers may contact (he women's department o( The Sun if there are any questions concerning the picture*. Two Peas Never More Similar Than Young Pat And Mike Pool Pat and Mike Pool, the constant playing companions of our son, are more alike than the cliche of two peas. They are adorable youngsters now in the first grade — twin sons of Mr, Mrs. Charles Road. Pool. 2011 Durain MURDER! YES . . . IT'S MURDER! MURDER WHAT WE'VE DONE TO THE PRICES ON THE FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE THAT'S STILL HERE! AND ITS GOT TO GO! YOU WON'T NEED A PRIVATE EYE . . . ALL THE CLUES ARE MARKED REAL PLAIN . . . RIGHT ON THE PRICE TICKETS! Every blond hair, every expression — everything about the boys seems to be just alike to about everyone except their mom and dad." Their mother Jane even admits that ..when they were little there was a danger of feeding one twice, thinking she was feeding them both. Our secret goal for the past year and a half has been to figure out which one we are addressing. Nearly every afternoon Pat. Mike and Little Sut headquarter at one of the two homos for exciting ventures like tiger hunting. Then they top the day with TV's Huckleberry Hound or Popeye. The problem of deciding who is who has mounted day by day. We'll rush to the door io call one only to stop short. "Who IS it. anyway?" we wonder. Jf we shout for "Pat" he is likely to come rushing from inside the house and THESE GOT THE AXE! Purr- wool skirts . . . mostly plnids and checks. Just to put them out of their misery we out thorn to the bone. They were made to .srll for so much more you'll just, have to sec for yourself! Cut deeply starting at 3.7!'. WE HUNG THESE ! But they've been hanging too long. But. you can take these drosses off the hunger-i for '-.• prioo . . and some at. more than haif prior. Values . . . they were 10.9$ to ".!V9S Now they're ready to cut down starting at. 5.99. TRUE MYSTERY ! It's a mystery why these baps didn't sell out. But these orphans have to go ... We starved them to a real slim price. Come in ... and see! HIT AND RUN KILLING! We know who did it. but we're hot telling . but tlu-se priees on our coNts. short ooats ;ind onr coats wore hit so hard they should run out . . . with you. Seeing is believing. So see them . . . now . . . ' . . . you'll believe the savings. BEATEN* TO DEATH ! Yes with a heavy penoil. These capri's deserved a better fate. Well, that's the way / goes . and that's the way they 11 £o at th^o beaten down prices. Capri sets starting at 5.99. * OTHER ITEMS TOO - . . like Virus and girdles, but . . . come in and see for yourself. HOUSE OF Like most murderers, we rnn't benr V.okmt? nt these nny longer . . so. no layaway* on these . . . unless you want to pay S down and take 2 weeks for the . . . they have to »o! W. M. HOUSE the 'HOUSE' of DIAMONDS -r*r • "fvr....^ **. ... First off, we asked Jane how she told them apart. "Well," she considered a moment, "One's face is just a bit thinner." We rushed into the den and looked at them botli as they watched 01' Huck. There seemed to be a slight difference after long and careful study, but all we ever see is the hacks of three towhcads, one we can readily ret'ognize as our son and two by process of elimination we know are Pat and Mike. Further distinctions stop about there. The thing to do, we once decided, was to find out as quickly as they came into the house %? who was who and we'd have it made for the rest of the afternoon, i A-^^ Regardless of whether one ol pj^^ both came in. we'd listen like a hawk to hear our son call them by name. (He doesn't seem to have any trouble.) This worked fairly well until we realized that sometimes one would go and the. other one would over without us knowing the switch until too late. "Goll-y-y, Mother! Mike went home an hour ago." our son would say vious disgust. THAT DARE PRICE AND QUALITY COMPARISON . Mike will continue on his way. | When we talked to them both There are always embarrassing j at the same tune, we would explanations. The boys, of course, feel just as" individual as the next fella and are somewhat crushed when they get the wrong "tag." "I'm Pat," he'll weariness say and with a note glance heavenward as we called their names, so they couldn't know we didn't know. Then again, we've tried the singular bit of turning our back on our son and disappointment when we call him Mike. The same happens with Mike. We've tried several systems, hut they haven't been too success- Naturally this f u j ' I limitations. Mike or Pat as if we gotten they were in the room and say something like, "Where's Mike, Little Sut?" If the answer was "at home" we had it mad It Seems To Ask- It has always seemed so tin-land down in .. friendly to ask "Now which one j cheered 01 Huck are vou?" after a full year ofiTV adventures, acquaintanceship. We also ruled! We turned green, out name tags for that reason, guessing. w< Our husband declared that in, "Oh. no!" he gleefully this Time he has always been 100 per cent v.-rong each time "The law of averages misses me is Pat!" completely." be lamented. i He oamr- back in the kitchen After 19 months of this ffus-land whispered. "One has a tiny irating but intri^iing problem --Var just abovo. his lip. Its faint, (we've always wanted twins of i but it's there. ' our own.) we one way. Last aftern came rushin know' 1 know! . . Mike" he pointed dramatically,: May, Mike"" "and that's Pat:" The bueks "M He sighed and said, "I'm not the two little heads bobbed up! Mike. I'm Pat!" ~~ Now we can't remember who Panel On Morals Is PTA Program we the scar — Mrs. Louis Bains was in eharg of the panel discussion "Moral Hi luvior - What U It"" f«r th S;m Jaeinto Parent Teachers meeting recently in the school. ( Panel moderator was Virp! Tic- j _ . man of Lee College. Members of i Grapevine announce the birth of • the panel were Chuck Saunders. | a son Mark Edward, born Jan. i Lee College; Mary Ann Whitaker h\ j n Grapevine Hospital. He and Melailie Coburn. Robert E. weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces. Lee High School; and Alien Ram- Grandparents are Mr. and soy. La Porte High School. Mrs. Louise Bradley and Mary Williams' fifth gride r.vonis tied for high room count in the upper grades. Mrs. Alma Miller's second grade s\..n hig'h room cutinl in the lower i>i .t.ii-s Hiisfexso \\.-iv i'*>m nmiliH* from Mrs. Margaret I'.iv.tisvud ~ first gi nit' Before the meeting. Pr .lonr Criiemple o! !/•<• College aiui-iuwv >• ! plans for the proposed child p?\ gin You ran Wd tiny marshrnitl'.ow; course for parents to'be-j into a Huffy white frosting tha! in January nt Lee College. I is to cover a chocolate layer cake. DIAMOND BRIDAL DUO ' 50 DIAMOND SET Almost unbeli«veobl«—but true! Elegant tnotching 14k gold rings at this low price. Beautiful 3-diamond engagement ring and ^-diamond wedding band. A DIAMOND SOLiTAIRE $QQ50 $2.00 Weekly 10-DIAMOND BRIDAL SET 8-D1AMOND BRIDAl SET 6-DIAMOND BRIDAL SET EMERALD-CUT DIAMOND $0050 EMERALD-CUT DIAMOND SET 11-DIAMOND IRIDAL SET $iork5o 12-DIAMOND ERIDAL SET OVAL-SHAM DIAMOND Phone JU 2-4458 to red. He rushed around in front of them. "This is Mike and this is HEIRPORT SWINT and Mrs. Donald Swint of Thomas E. Rradfield of Comfort ; Mrs. land Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Swint of Rivtown lireat grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bruifie'd. ; Houston; Mrs R. F. Wilson. Li\-:; (I. C. Ssvinl Crtinp Wo.'.l; .,ii,l Mrs. Paul IVeiss Si , Coin IT,,- lulis has mlf givat t"v .:i; K. .1. Paly ol HOIK t.-n.

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